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The housing market is finally showing signs of life. Southern Nevada still tops the list of cities with houses under water but sales are picking up.  And increasingly, short sales and not foreclosures are driving those sales. So where is the Las Vegas housing market now? With a slight rise in home prices, are we actually seeing the end of bear market? What you should know about the new shape of the housing market and short sales.

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Dennis Smith, President, Homebuilders' Research
Michele Johnson, Executive Director, Financial Guidance Center
Frank Nason, President, Residential Resources
Jay Brinkmann, Chief Economist, Mortgage Bankers' Association

 

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LV Sun: Sen. Dean Heller touts bill to speed up short sales

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